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Cadman cuts CO2 with HVO
Switch to HVO fuel instead of mineral diesel will see Cadman Cranes cut its carbon footprint by 72 per cent
Harvesting electrification in the agricultural sector
Why Flash Battery are consumed by electrification in the agricultural sector
New battery storage systems from Aggreko
Batteries offer 40-50% reductions in fuel costs and emissions
Answers to common queries about fuel cells
It is fair to assume that a lot of engineers at mobile and stationary original equipment manufacturers understand the technology of Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells. After all, fuel cells have been around since the mid-1800s (at least in concept) and over the years have been involved in some rather high-profile applications with the most notable arguably the US space program.But as the push toward cleaner and hydrogen-based becomes more pronounced, how do fuel cells work has taken a backseat to a much more prosaic queries, such as How will they fit in my vehicle or machine? How many do I need to use in my equipment? How long do they last? How are they serviced?As Diesel Progress editors have regularly heard these kind of questions, we have collated the most common queries and asked two leading professionals for their answers.Philippe Gorse (director of fuel cell technologies at mtu solutions in Germany) and Ryan Sookhoo (business development director for Cummins’ fuel cell business in Canada) were posed the questions.
Snorkel lithium RTs enter full production
Snorkel expands zero emission offering with lithium versions of RTE rough terrain scissor lift range
Kubota chairman awarded France’s National Medal
Masatoshi Kimata, Kubota’s chairman and representative director, is presented with the National Order of Merit Medal from France
Management changes at CNH Industrial
First management appointments for the new On-Highway business spin-off from CNH Industrial 
Aggreko develops its first hydrogen genset
The first 50 kVA hydrogen combustion generator has been tested and 10 additional units are now being built
Volvo CE commits to ‘significant’ emission reductions
Major OEM says it will achieve net-zero value chain emissions by 2040
Tobroco-Giant takes over SAMAC brand
Dutch company acquires compaction equipment manufacturer ULBO Machinery to offer full compact equipment range
Honda and Komatsu team up for electric mini excavator
Partnership aims to allow Honda’s MPP batteries to be used with various Komatsu equipment
Volvo CE’s electric excavator and wheeled loader coming to the US
ECR25 electric excavator and L25 electric wheeled loader will be commercially available in the US this year
Video: New Power Progress (NPP) Summit
View a full recording of the event, including the latest on hydogen based power systems
JCB develops hydrogen-fueled engine
Engine is suitable for use in a range of equipment including loadalls, excavators and backhoes
CentroMotion acquires Carlisle Brake & Friction
US-based CentroMotion will acquire Carlisle Brake & Friction from Carlisle Companies Incorporated.
Volvo opens first dedicated fuel cell lab
Lab is also the first facility in Volvo Group to be testing complete fuel cell units
Doosan Infracore completes first battery pack prototype
Development will accelerate battery pack and electrified products business, company said
BMW Group keeps eye on the future of electric vehicles
The car maker and battery supplier has announced investments in start-ups as well as lithium sources for cells.
New 36 tonne luffer from Favco
Electric luffing jib tower crane new from Favelle Favco offers a 36 tonne capacity (on three fals of rope) and a 70 metre hook radius
Bauma postponed to October 2022
Vaccine roll-out and unhindered travel essential for successful event, says show organiser
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